Spring has sprung at Core Design Group and the warmer weather has arrived…for now. With the 2009 fading in the rear view mirror, the knowledge gained from ’09 is shaping the New Year in productive ways. In the months to come we will be developing “StudioSixtyThree” We feel this line will challenge the traditions of…Details
Another week of intense creative energy looms. Time to harness the power, have some fun and meet the deadlines!
This is a case study of a kiosk design we created for the Body Glove project. These images showcase a series of concepts we developed for the project prior to going to fabrication on the last concept shown below.
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This is a case study of a design we created for the Genomic Health 40′ x 40′ Island Exhibit. This brief case study showcases the steps from concept sketch, color rough perspectives, and final color renderings.
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This was a concept we developed for Atari based on their e3 100′ x 100′ Island Exhibit. The following views showcase some of the details developed for their new presence on show floor.
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Consider researching and organizing any show regulations or event criteria up front and deliver them to your designer along with your design brief. Any designer worth their salt can research this information themselves, but it is a step that can be easily delegated to a team member who might have access to information that your…Details
Like someone trying to lose weight on a diet of beer and pizza, has going Green taken an unrealistic turn within our industry? Part of our responsibility as designers is researching, exploring, suggesting and selecting materials that our designs will be built with. Green, Recycled or Renewable materials are no exception and we continue to…Details
As cheesy as the old saying may be, it rings true with your design fees. If you organize your project criteria up front and in writing, you will reduce design design costs by streamlining the design process from the start.
As an added bonus, it will probably result in a more successful design solution!